Should the NFL use Quarantine Racism as their new anti-racism slogan?
With the spread of Racism in our country, establishment views were questioned when applied to historically underserved peoples. After the discovery of the New World, many of the clergies sent to the New World were educated in the new humane values of the Renaissance.
Racial discrimination is recognized as a key social determinant of health and driver of racial/ethnic health inequities. Studies have shown that people exposed to racism have poorer health outcomes (particularly for mental health), alongside both reduced access to health care and poorer patient experiences. Most of these studies have used cross-sectional designs: this prospective cohort study (drawing on critical approaches to health research) should provide substantially stronger causal evidence regarding the impact of racism on subsequent health and health care outcomes.
Sports and games keep us healthy and fit. Sports are a useful means of entertainment, physical activity, energy, and strength. Sports slogans are a great tool for motivation.
Football is said to have the power to bring people together, regardless of their age, race, gender, culture, or nationality. With the help of the National Football League (NFL), we have a huge opportunity in hand to educate and communicate the people around us regarding the harms of racism and how they affect ours as well as our children’s life.
A catchy slogan is an excellent tool to help you come up with a creative tagline for your team.
Despite much talk of a post-racial opportunities to a new window of society, racism never went away. It’s important to recognize that racism is embedded in our workplaces, schools, hospitals, and the criminal justice system in ways that many of us may not even notice. And while the impacts of policies and attitudes that perpetuate this system are felt disproportionately by communities of historically underserved people, they make everyone’s lives worse.
The NFL and its players have decided to become part of the solution by incorporating slogans at each game. While this decision is plausible, it could cause a decrease in viewership in those who oppose the NFL’s decision.
Deadline – a subsidiary of Yahoo Sports – reported a decline in NFL viewership for the recent Kansas City-Houston game. According to Deadline, the Kansas City-Houston game initially rated a 5.2 among adults 18-49, the key demographic for advertisers, and boasted a preliminary total of 16.4 million viewers. At the moment — ratings are adjusted upward as more reports roll in — that’s a 16.1 percent drop from last year’s kickoff between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears.
With racial justice at the center stage of the Kansas City-Houston game, the contest between the reigning Super Bowl champions and the Lone Star state team is a small increase over the nine-year low of the 2018 weather delayed season opener between Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons. Many critics of the league will point out that the newfound social justice is the main reason for the decline.
We must continue the fight against racism and discrimination by teaching respect and tolerance, by sharing the common history of all humanity. Human rights extend to everyone, and we must work constantly to let everybody know that they must work towards eliminating racism.
In the light of above, I have created a slogan ‘Quarantine Racism’ to use in your football league. I hope with this slogan we will be able to fight against racism even in the community of football lovers.
I request that you use my slogan in all the scheduled matches and reflect our part for fighting against racism.
Awaiting your valuable response.
Dr. Derrick L. Campbell
PO Box 4707
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
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